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Re: MarshallAs for char* buffer

Try this....
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[DllImport("mydll.dll", CharSet = CharSet.Ansi)]
public static extern int getData(StringBuilder result, ref long bufflen);

StringBuilder result = new StringBuilder(500);
int resultLen = 500;
getData(result, ref resultLen);
Thanks a lot. That worked.
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